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14/09/2018 - 12:33 GMT

I’ve Watched Rangers, Joe Worrall Will Walk Into That Team – Nottingham Forest Legend

 




Nottingham Forest legend Kenny Burns has backed Reds talent Joe Worrall to hit the ground running at Ibrox following his loan move to Rangers on deadline day in the summer.

Worrall, who was the subject of a failed £11.5m bid from Premier League outfit Burnley in January, made the switch to Glasgow in search of regular first team football with the Gers.




The defender was one of 14 players that signed up with the Old Firm giants to be part of Steven Gerrard’s masterplan at Ibrox this season and is expected to be available for selection against Dundee on Saturday.

Burns, who won the European Cup twice during the glory days with Nottingham Forest, has revealed that he was not impressed by Rangers during their derby loss against Celtic and insisted that Worrall can establish himself as a starter at Ibrox.
 


The former Scotland international also claimed that Worrall is more than capable of walking into the starting eleven at Rangers courtesy of what he can offer to Gerrard’s side on any given day.

“He has gone there and he would have had the chance to see what matches like the Celtic game that mean to Rangers and the supporters. He will see what they need there”, Burns told SportTimes.


“I have watched them myself and I think he will just walk into the team.

“I have to admit, I wasn’t that impressed with them and I didn’t see them dominating anything and letting people know things.

“I didn’t see that, but that is what you will see from Worrall. I think he is a winner and I couldn’t give the lad more praise.

“He has only played a handful of games and someone like Sean Dyche at Burnley wants to play over £11million for him.

"That just shows you how good people think he is."


Rangers will be depending on the length and breadth of their resources as they prepare to compete on all fronts including the Europa League this year.